The “It” crowd in Manhattan always want to know where the hottest spot is, where the best chefs are right now, where all their friends will be drinking happy hour. Thank you to ny.eater.com for including The Chester on that list! Their list “The Manhattan Heatmap: Where to Eat Right Now” which serves to highlight where are the crowds are flocking to, and right now folks, it seems The Chester is “IT”!!!
Liam Hemsworth and James Marsden spent Sunday watching football and running up a nice tab of $3800 on alcohol and wings at Ainsworth Park. Missing from the scene was Eiza Gonzalez, whom he has reportedly been dating. He was not lonely on Sunday however, as he spent most of the night chatting and flirting with 2 other girls!
People Magazine: http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20740413,00.html
In the NY Daily News Confidenti@l section, in the Seen and Heard category, there was mention of Ainsworth Park!
“Twisted Sister lead singer Dee Snider, radio host Elvis Duran and actor Dan Hedaya celebrating David Katz’s birthday party at Ainsworth Park”
The Fall 2013 Edition of DuJour magazine, a new digital magazine from Jason Binn, the founder of Ocean Drive, Hamptons and other society yearbooks, has a nice feature story on great New York spots to watch football games. This publication targets the wealthy market and follows the vibrant world of the wealthiest and most inspiring individuals.
The feature is Titled
“Where To Watch The Game”
“NYC sports bars have transcended chicken wings and big- screen TVs- the newest ones are high-end venues with menus to satisfy the most finicky palates.”
The Vibe: Rustic chic-dark bar stools, leather booth and exposed wood walls
The Grub: Roasted beet and kale salad, spicy jumbo prawns and truffled mac-n-cheese
The Drinks: beers are plentiful, but mixed drinks like the Moet Margarita (a cocktail of Don Julio tequila, Grand Marnier, lime juice and simple syrup topped with Moet & Chandon Imperial Champagne) will sate cravings for something stronger.
Celebrity Fans: Gerard Butler, Ryan Lochte
Ainsworth park New York City is located at 111 East 18th Street, http://ainsworthparknyc.com/
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One of my restaurants, Ainsworth Park was featured as a perfect New York spot to watch football. With 65 televisions, a 60 foot patio, great service, and delicious drinks and food, why would you need to go anywhere else?!!
St. Tropez is one of my favorite spots to travel to for full relaxation so I am excited to showcase my must-go-to spots whenever I visit.
First off, the beauty of the beaches here is what allures travelers world wide; they are most definitely known for them. As well as being the world’s playground for the rich and famous!
Old world style Italian food and loud boisterous entertainment are on the menu when you step inside. This is the place for celebrities to hit up and the entertainment never fails to impress. More on the pricey side but when in St. Tropez, there is a small price to be seen and be around the world’s elite! Come dressed to impress and be impressed with the dizzying array of beauty and fine food.
In 2000 “La Villa Romana” received the honor of being mentioned in the New York Times as one of the 10 best restaurants in the world. It is a well deserved title.
Le Cave du Roy
Not too far away is Le Cave du Roy, the most famous night club in all of France. It is located in Hotel Byblos and has the tightest security I have ever seen for a club. Too many highly sought after celebrities love to come here for the best DJ Jack E, music, and entertainment so the heavily guarded entrance keeps out all the unwanted company such as photographers. Champagne is almost non stop flowing here as are all the beautiful people and seriously the best music.
Up next….a little more laid back approach to St. Tropez. Think casual cafes for lunch and strolling through the markets and shoppes that are abundant and unique